Apple will reportedly tap LG as the second supplier apart from Samsung that will manufacture OLED displays for the iPhone, the 10th-anniversary iPhone the company plans to unveil this fall, according to rumors.
Another day, another iPhone 8 leak. Based on the details and leaks we've seen so far it seems more like a matter of when and not if Apple unveils an OLED screen iPhone. Also, the Touch ID sensor is missing from the front, which fuels the possibility of Apple forgoing Touch ID entirely and opting for its new facial recognition software instead.
Rambo also found suggestions in the code of the HomePod firmware that the next iPhone will be able to recognise when you're looking at it and mute notifications. This will also mean that all 3 devices will be unveiled at the same time, however it may mean that the price of the iPhone 8 will be significantly higher and will only be available in limited numbers upon release.
In yet other words, users won't have to make use of their fingers in order to physically send the notifications away. There is a dual camera on the back in a vertical setup while on the front we see another dual setup.
Apple has been curiously upfront about its next iPhone this year.
Apple hasn't announced anything about the iPhone 8 (7s) yet, but we already have a good idea of when it will be released.
Separately, DigiTimes reports that all of the three iPhones are in mass production now, and the launch is set for September. Needless to say, it would still feel like there's a physical home button on the device underneath the screen real estate that's dedicated to the user interface.
This isn't too much of a surprise, considering Apple's popularity - plus it's fun just to play around with the latest phones, tablets and computers on display, even if you don't intend on buying them. Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below!
The dummy is coming from the Tech vlogger Danny Winget, who claims to got hold of factory dummy units for both upcoming iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8 that has allowed him to do a design comparison live on camera.